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  1. When does the scramble for Africa Happen? and why?1885 -1914 scramble for africa happens, holocaust. over 14 million africans will lose their lives, holocaust.

    The scramble for Africa, a series of european countries, british, french, Belgians, Germans, Porteguese, the Spanish all decided to divide up Africa for it's resources. as a result, we get 11 -15 million africans perish. From 1885 - 1914

          

  2. What was the most popular film between 1915-1921?A monument

          

  3. What is Faulknerism? What was believed to be true in Faulknerism?Phase one - (Apr. 4, 1861 - Jul. 4th 1863) The Confederate almost gets wins, but gets stopped by two battles:
    -Gettysburg in July 1-3. 1863
    -Vicksburg a siege Oct 10 - Jul 4, 1863. Won by Ulysses S Grant.

          

  4. How many slaves claimed to have killed their masters on the battlefield?The Freemans Bureau It went out and interviewd 93% of blacks 4.5 million of freed people, and it has more evidence of witness accounts.

          

  5. (C) What does it mean?officially the first black heavyweight champion. 1884 - 1900.

          

  6. If a white women was in the presence of Native Americans over how many hours, She was expected to what?In 48 hours she was expected to kill herself.

          

  7. Coons were meant to look like?a black buffoon, or fool. With exaggerated facial expressions.

          

  8. What are some fiticious events of Birth of a nation?-white people are being tarred and feathered by black people.
    -Black Milita men try attacking white women and break in to their homes to rape them
    -KKK saves the day and being heroes.

          

  9. What were some stereotypical backdrops in the minstrel shows performed?Black had their own minstrel shows and dressed up as white.

          

  10. How old were Robert E Lee's soldiers in the war?Robert E lee's die hard soldiers are dead which are usually 13 to 14 year old

          

  11. What year was Babes on Broadway?1943

          

  12. Lowry has a bounty of?Those who defended the United States and advocated stronger or continued ties with their country were called Unionists. They were white southerners that favored the union side.

          

  13. How many man chorus did the minstrel show have? And what were they in order?Narrator/interlochater: interacted with people was the straight man, group leader.
    Tanbones: Singers, tambourine
    Mr.bones: dances
    Rastus: a minstrel character that's character.

          

  14. What was the name of the newspaper that was for the trial of Jack Johnson, and how many newspapers did it make? What happened to the prosecutor?The Black Media (250 newsapers) printed the transcripts of the Trial for mullion of Black Readers.
    Jack Johnson answers made the Prosecuter look like a fool. The transcript were even like comedy.

          

  15. What year was Birth of a Nation?Version 2.

          

  16. What movie was first seen in the whitehouse?-the war was a close affair due to the confederates losing bullets.
    -All the white of the south were united.
    -The Negroes were happy
    -Solidiers, The die hard fought valiantly in the end.
    -Robert E. Lee surrendered valiantly.

          

  17. Birth of a nation - brings the KKK back?-White Supremacist Target Native Americans and free colored Population with Persecution.
    -Work Camps for Fort fisher, fort wagner

          

  18. Whose purpose was to rape Lil cameron.Isaac Murphy
    Pike Barnes
    Fighting Joe Bans

          

  19. What was placed in 1998The mann act made by James R mann, was made to save Women from prostituion. More specifically from, Jack Johnson.

          

  20. African American history was created by whom in response to what?1883, Fredrick Jackson Turner's book black people were happy as slaves. Realistically, black people were traumatized, so African History was created by James Ballogh.

          

  21. Baseball happens in what year?"WildBill" Hayward, A Spanish American Veteran.

          

  22. The First Confiscation/Contraband Act1 June 1862
    if you were a slave, and you got into Yankee lines, they were in no obligation to return you to slavery. You were free.

          

  23. who is Henry Beery Lowry ?Henry Beery Lowry who his people Lumbee called Hank Thunder. Henry raises up and become the Lumbee's robin hood.

          

  24. Vaudeville Eraservice soldiers

          

  25. Who were the people that got angry at the president?-2nd French Army, 372nd

    -4th Corp du afrique, 369th

    -1st French Army, 370th

    -3rd French Army, 371st

          

  26. During Reconstruction - Klan blasting operation were carried in 4 regions, what were they? They were here that the US took out the KKK.- Eastern Arkansas -Marshall Upham
    -Eastern Texas - 6th Calvary Major Chafre
    -South Carolina - Captain Kinchan - Black Calvary - Militia
    -Central Tennessee - Gov. Brownwells carried out militia.

          

  27. What were some battles Battles in the section of Men in Bronze that James Stanley Discussed?Blacks served as the front shock force for the entire French Army

          

  28. Who were mostly the people who wrote about the civil war?Phase Two - The Great Yankee March to Victory

          

  29. Who is Dr. Goebel? And what does he argue?A man hangs out with black men too much and turns black himself, abandoned by his family in the end.

          

  30. "The Greatest Band in the Land" Was what?was the foundation of Modern Day Jazz

          

  31. Who is the KKK?The KKK is a white supremist organization, easily one of the most violent groups in this period of the time. There was this belief that you could kill anyone without trial. And it started after the civil war. The Homeguard.

          

  32. A Cowboy's race was?known as the man eater. A war criminal, who murders prisoners of war. Lee is forced to flee, and turns into a fugitive. He goes on a campaign to go after new freed slaves, becoming a white supremacy leader.

          

  33. Bask Reed was known for what?Bask reed was known for multiple characters in Hollywood. The lone ranger. He frequently had black assistance. The Broken tongue was created for the native Americans. The lone ranger is never depicted as a black man.

          

  34. The Mann Act.Started by James Roberts Mann, a prohibitionist. He is in favor of miscegenation laws. It was intended to stop the white slave traffic. White Prostitution.
    White Slavery

          

  35. Dr. Garbles lie - argument was 2+2 =5, This meant?taking any fact you want and make it a fact. Controlling the media.

          

  36. What two conuntries did Goebel Analyze to come up with argument?An Evil scholar and incredible genius called Dr. Goebels - made up Goebels lie. 2+2=5

    He argued if you controled the Gendarmes (weapons) and the media. If you had a complete monopoly of any of these, You can make 2+2 =5. You can criminalize people who think otherwise that 2+2 = 4

          

  37. What happened with Bobby Short and Shoe-Shine boy?In Shoe-shine-boy Bobby short was told to switch from white suit with tails to tattered rags and shine the shoes. He was turned off by that request. He performed with a grand piano. A child protege, his band has fancy suits.

          

  38. Who is Al jolson?He is one of the most feared of the Apache leaders. Victorio killed every single white person he came in contact with.

          

  39. Between what years was the principle line of defense? And who were they?1863-1937 any black graduate was subjected to the silent treatment. What this is is no one talks to you. Henry Ossian Flipper was a survivor of this.

          

  40. What was different about being a cowmen and cowboy?Both these two terms were put into comics. Cowmen, went in off in the minds of people of minotaurs. A cowman is a half-cow, half-boy. Cowboy did not, and kids wanted to be a cowboy. The term cowmen dies out.

          

  41. What were the four regiments?-2nd French Army, 372nd

    -4th Corp du afrique, 369th

    -1st French Army, 370th

    -3rd French Army, 371st

          

  42. Hollywood depictions of the CalvaryOrigns of the KKK came from the end of the civil war.

          

  43. Who are two people who won medals of honor?An Evil scholar and incredible genius called Dr. Goebels - made up Goebels lie. 2+2=5

    He argued if you controled the Gendarmes (weapons) and the media. If you had a complete monopoly of any of these, You can make 2+2 =5. You can criminalize people who think otherwise that 2+2 = 4

          

  44. Jack London, who is he?A commenter, and a proud reporter of the white supremacy. His voice appears in Jack Johnson's fight.

          

  45. who is Cameron Falconette, and what does she blame Jack Johnson for in the trial?...

          

  46. Who is J Edgard Hoover becomes famous because he is given a case as a special agent, and follows Lil Cameron.An Evil scholar and incredible genius called Dr. Goebels - made up Goebels lie. 2+2=5

    He argued if you controled the Gendarmes (weapons) and the media. If you had a complete monopoly of any of these, You can make 2+2 =5. You can criminalize people who think otherwise that 2+2 = 4

          

  47. What does Jack John become of the war?Jack Johnson becomes the first heavyweight champion of the war.

          

  48. What are the accomplishments in The Men of Bronze?The Harlem Hellfighters win over 3600 Croix de Guerre in WWI, Men of Bronze
    The 93rd Division Black Rattlenames Division, leads the entire french army.

          

  49. In Ante-bellum culture, what do whites pretend to be as?entertainment, newspapers, shows, daily life, literature, it was part of daily life, this image of black people still resonated in people's hearts.

          

  50. During the struggle of the Confederates what happened to White slave holders and white southerners?The Camerons, and Lil (The maiden name of the second white wife of Jack Johnson, who was extremely unpopular with white Americans).

          

  51. From what years did the coon song exist from?1943

          

  52. What is Aftershock?He's a minstrel that performs as a white man putting on a black face. All his singing is made up of fake events. In 1933 he comes up with the presentation Ol Black Joe.

          

  53. Who is Bob lee?known as the man eater. A war criminal, who murders prisoners of war. Lee is forced to flee, and turns into a fugitive. He goes on a campaign to go after new freed slaves, becoming a white supremacy leader.

          

  54. When did Ante-bellum start? And what was it meant to do?Ante-bellum (1793-1861) culture was meant to entertain people and romanticize it. It made slavery popular.

          

  55. Who landed at brest and what day?Upham gives The KKK a hard time, so the KKK go up to his farm to try and burn it down.

          

  56. Pro-Confederate, White Supremist, Anti-Black, Anti- Yankee, is what verison?Version two, the White Magnolia Myth.

          

  57. Who Created the Mann Law?James R. Mann

          

  58. Blacks Begin to dominate what sports?the Black Myth of reconstruction.

          

  59. Stevedores wereThe KKK is a white supremist organization, easily one of the most violent groups in this period of the time. There was this belief that you could kill anyone without trial. And it started after the civil war. The Homeguard.

          

  60. Who is Jack Johnson's second wife?Jack johnson was winning fights, receiving $1000, and dressing very nicely. He wins the hearts of white men with his fighting, and makes the audience want to watch him fight with a white man. People become sympathizers. Tommy Burns accepted $30,000 dollars to fight Jack Johnson while John gets only $5000. Jack Johnson proves that Black people are worthy players for sports, especially for boxers. The film had to be stopped because Burns was being murdered.

          

  61. How manu Anglos/British Ruled over the indians, and for how many years?There were 3000 Anglos/British who ruled for 1757-1947. 190 years in total.

          

  62. Tommy Burns is champion through what years?1906-1908.

          

  63. Black soldiers are standing proud at attention. In comparison to?a person arrested for violating a law passed after the action.

          

  64. What is the Film Birth of a Nation about? And what does it revive? What does it portray blacks as?It's Thomas's Dixon's racist film about how the KKK were shown as heroes and Africans Americans as villains. This movie tricked the minds of people watching this, and represented false information about the past. In one scene, the KKK saves the Camerons, a white family attacked by the black militia. The KKK drive the black militia out and save the day. The movie revives the KKK back into order. It portrays blacks as irresponsible, drunk, and the people that lead the government. Woodrow wilson, the president even praised the movie. "History written with lightning" he calls it. It attracted a lot of attention from the white audience.

          

  65. Stevedores were?Black Soldiers.

          

  66. Ms Camronette was a?The Clansmen 1911-13 The clansman are the heroes who save the united states.

          

  67. What does Ahistorical mean?Cross of War.

          

  68. Why did the white media, the attorney General and Law enforcement believe Jack Johnson "Had insulted Every White women in America by marrying Lillian Cameron"? (A white women)The White Hope Era 1908-1915, A crusade to get the title back from Jack Johnson. They looked for any white challengers to go against jack johnson.

    -Jack Johnson defeat Jim Jefferies
    - The peak of Jack Johnson

          

  69. The fighters of the Fightback where?-Black Militia
    -White Unionist Militia
    -Mixed Militia

    All of these Militia are fighting the KKK.

          

  70. 1911 is when the...?first true censorship bill in the US. Black/white boxing matches were banned before nudity scenes.

          

  71. Capt Bert WilliamsOriginates the "Fight Back" movement. And was a partner of George Walker.

          

  72. 3/5ths rule was created and?Racist views that denigrate whole populations. And they are largely lies or assumptions made about a group of people not based on fact, but on culture or norms.

          

  73. Why would they still be basking, enjoying, Antebellum Culture? There are no slaves anymore, but why?A culture that worships slavery as if it were a great thing. In a nutshell, it would appear that the african americans in reality slavery ends. There have been steady progress with african americans. The white supremacist are trying to fight against the tide. They don't care if they're not slaves, they will always be slaves in their mind, pretending that slavery exitst. They were delusional.

          

  74. Antebellum images would be found in where?entertainment, newspapers, shows, daily life, literature, it was part of daily life, this image of black people still resonated in people's hearts.

          

  75. Who is Harrison Dillard?He is part of one of the regiments the Black Rattlesnakes.

          

  76. Black Comedy happened where?Historic facts.

          

  77. What was one night and day difference?The french trusted the black soldiers, and even allowed kids walk around the blacks base. There are multiple images of french befriending blacks.

          

  78. A Racist Double Standard is?What was okay for one race was wrong for another race. An example of this was in Boxing.

          

  79. Who is Billy the kid?Faulkner is a famous writer.

          

  80. What is the Men of Bronze About?It shows what African Americans did after WWI.

    MEN OF BRONZE is the definitive story of the black American soldiers of the 369th combat regiment, known as the "Harlem Hellfighters," who served with the French Army in World War I. Although relegated to non-combat duty by the U.S. Command, the 369th was sent to France and spent more time in front-line trenches than any other American infantry unit. Fighting alonside French, Moroccan and Senegalese soldiers at the campaigns of Champagne-Marne and Meuse-Argonne, the courageous men of the 369th distinguished themselves in some of the fiercest battles of the Great War. MEN OF BRONZE uses photographs, interviews with veterans, and film from the French and American National Archives to recount the sage of the "Harlem Hellfighters," offering an inspiring tribute to these unsung heroes and an unforgettable look at World War I.

          

  81. Sergeant berry and his men took over what?Origns of the KKK came from the end of the civil war.

          

  82. How many trenches are there?There were 3 of trenches. One of them was the communications trench (to get to the listening post).

          

  83. "By Hooker...service soldiers

          

  84. The movie Babes on Broadway was in through what years?1906-1908.

          

  85. The three periods of Jim Crow (The Black Nadir 1876-1896, within the united states) are?Proto-Jim Crow - 1876 -1896
    Early Jim Crow - 1896 - 1919
    Jim Crow Era - 1919-1965

          

  86. Most Americans don't know the history of African Americans because of1912

          

  87. What are whites spending a great amount of time on?It shows what African Americans did after WWI.

    MEN OF BRONZE is the definitive story of the black American soldiers of the 369th combat regiment, known as the "Harlem Hellfighters," who served with the French Army in World War I. Although relegated to non-combat duty by the U.S. Command, the 369th was sent to France and spent more time in front-line trenches than any other American infantry unit. Fighting alonside French, Moroccan and Senegalese soldiers at the campaigns of Champagne-Marne and Meuse-Argonne, the courageous men of the 369th distinguished themselves in some of the fiercest battles of the Great War. MEN OF BRONZE uses photographs, interviews with veterans, and film from the French and American National Archives to recount the sage of the "Harlem Hellfighters," offering an inspiring tribute to these unsung heroes and an unforgettable look at World War I.

          

  88. Who did not want to affiliate with Jack Johnson?Jack Johnson, an extremely skilled boxer who fought Tommy

          

  89. Who is Karl Brown?Started by James Roberts Mann, a prohibitionist. He is in favor of miscegenation laws. It was intended to stop the white slave traffic. White Prostitution.
    White Slavery

          

  90. The Niagary Conference1904 -1905

          

  91. From what years was the Antebellum Obssession?The mann act made by James R mann, was made to save Women from prostituion. More specifically from, Jack Johnson.

          

  92. The contraband confiscation act was created by who and what year?By It was created by Lincoln in 1862.

          

  93. Prostitution was considered now as?White slavery.

          

  94. Author of daughters of the dust creates a style of making? And what version does this belong to?a race of stereotypical people. The white magnolia myth.

          

  95. Who created the florescent lights?James R. Mann

          

  96. There was a cartoon that portrayed what?Zip coon - a popular cartoon of a black man living in harlem. He was well dressed, lived in city, suit, had a thug image. Zip stands for gun, "zip guns".

          

  97. Racial slander means?is a white northerner that favors the confederate cause.

          

  98. Definition of Antebellum Culture, describe it.january 18th.

          

  99. In the white magnolia myth, how long did the blacks run the country?80 years.

          

  100. Who are the African American Soldiers enemy before fighting the foreign enemy? And what do they trade?The Great American Minstrel was known as Thomas Daddy Rice. In 1839 he starts a dance craze, Junk Jim Crow and becomes an american superstar.

          

  101. Who is Reverend Thomas Dixon?known for tales and racial views, wrote the "Clansman" 1911-1913. He also wrote the "Leopards' Spots 1906.

          

  102. The last era of slave holding is and greatest racial difference and distance was the?Night and day difference was the justice system.

          

  103. What influences the american negative influence in Black Race?Phase Two - The Great Yankee March to Victory

          

  104. Who is James Wishert?A colonel tracking down to get Henry.

          

  105. What is Jack Johnson charge with by the law?US vs Jack Johnson 1913 Violation of the White Slavery Act
    Ie. Jack Johnson is enslaving white women.

          

  106. The Bureau of Refugees had how many refugess? And what percent of refugees were taken care of by yankees?3.5 Million white Refugees. 60% of them ended up being taken care of by the Yankees.

          

  107. Who is Bill Pickett?His other name is Slim Pickket. Bill Pickett is a rodeo cowboy, a western hero that is black.

          

  108. What was believed in The white Magnolia Myth?-The white Magnolia myth was Taught in the South
    -Blacks were inherently inferior to whites.
    -Slavery was morally acceptable,as long as the slaves were well treated.
    -Slavery was actually beneficial for Blacks, because they were taken care of, fed,clothed, carried out productive labour, introduced and converted to Christianity (and thus gained the opportunity to go to Heaven after death), and in some cases were educated by their owners, some learning to read and write. Blacks liked being taken care of in the above ways, and thus saw slavery as a positive themselves. The blacks were happy about slavery.
    -Lincoln is Evil. And It is the Yankees who invade the south.
    -There were no black soldiers fighting for the yankees. It's a very close loss in the fights for the confederates.
    -Everybody who was white confderacy was unified.
    All of these things are lies and nonsense, which is why it's known as the Magnolia 'Myth.'

          

  109. Freedman Bureau had how many Black Ex Slaves?40 acres and a mule were promised to freed slaves. But it never happened. But the treasury department owns the land.

          

  110. How many people own slaves in mississipi? And what did this mean?Mississippi - 28% White adults owned slaves. Meaning the majority didn't own slaves.

          

  111. Who are the applewhite leaders?is a white northerner that favors the confederate cause.

          

  112. Racism replaces?Mixed Militia, he's a unionist, and the war continues after Robert E lee surrenders. He causes trouble for the KKK.

          

  113. What happened when trying to put cameron on trial didn't work? What does the bureau do next?When putting cameron on trial didn't work, the bureau tried looking for a different witness to put jack johnson in trouble with federal law. They find Belle Schreiber, johnson's ex lover, in a prostitute house and threaten her to come with them. Bereau of investigation. Schreiber would be someone dangerous to jack johnson. 1910 belle schrieber

          

  114. Napolean. Bonaparde. Marshall -Originates the "Fight Back" movement. And was a partner of George Walker.

          

  115. to make the rank of corporal took the highest level ofcourage.

          

  116. In comparative image, Calvary soldiers are?Better looking and they have suits, they are decorated.

          

  117. the culture that supported and romanticizing slavery, ante-bellum, ended in what year?1865

          

  118. How Much did Lil Cameron bail out for after the White Slave act?$2500 Her bail, but she didn't violate the white slave act.

          

  119. Who were the ones to get 6 medals of honor?Origns of the KKK came from the end of the civil war.

          

  120. founding of the Negro Urban League1912

          

  121. Who is Faulkner?Faulkner is a famous writer.

          

  122. What is the Ante Bellum?Ante Bellum - Pro Slavery Era (1793-1861). Ante bellum was the greatest slave holding period. The greatest social distance in this time.

          

  123. The history taught by many teachers has been broken down into...less information. And many people are ignorant about African American History.

          

  124. Who is Sam Mcbay?officially the first black heavyweight champion. 1884 - 1900.

          

  125. Who are some soldiers of the Buffalo Soldiers?Buffalo exploited the west. They don't get any any credit.

          

  126. Laws for the free colored populations happen when? And who were classified as free?1830 -1835

    There were only two people who classify as free.
    1. Free Negroes
    2. Native Americans

          

  127. What was the substitute for word prostitution?To smooth the transition of life of slavery to freedom and to aid the helpless. Many slaves were just freed from slavery, poor whites, and others war refugees after the civil war had ended. They had help from the Freedmans Bureau.

          

  128. What did the minstels usually do to their face, and what was it called?DW Griffith, writes the film Birth of a Nation. 1915

          

  129. Who was Lt. Henry Ossian Flipper?1933

          

  130. What is the worst year for public lynching?Public lynching in 1893 is the worst year for lynching because of their color of the skin. Major racial problem in the USA, over 583 African Americans are publicly lynched. In 1894, 495 people are lynched. Both years were a drepession.

          

  131. Lowry had a bounty, how much was it? White people start pouring into the swamps to get his bounty, but many are killed. How many did not make it?He had a $200,000 bounty. 4/5 people did not make it.

          

  132. In the mind of white southerners, what where they fixated on?Collective Punishment, the punishment goes to everyone because of one individual who did wrong to them.

          

  133. The Bureau of freeman , Refugees and Abandon Land Happens in?1862-1872

          

  134. What is 1861-1865 known as?It's a documentary film based on what happens beyond the civil war, the reconstruction after the civil war, but mostly it tells of the rise of the KKK and the violence that spreads. Newly Freed slaves were targeted the most.

          

  135. Why does Antebellum Exists?His other name is Slim Pickket. Bill Pickett is a rodeo cowboy, a western hero that is black.

          

  136. What is the Black Nadir?The first two periods of the jim crow periods are the Black Nadir, it means The darkest period. 1876-1919

          

  137. Marvin Hart is champion until?A type of racism, projecting a negative image on another person.

          

  138. What is the precursor to strip shows?In 1962, the governer Ross put the flag back as an insult to Blacks. When the civil war ended, the flags were gone. The rebel flags would be seen as treason if they were flown.

          

  139. Who is Judy Garlin?Karl Brown An actor who Claims to be a an ex-Khlansman, 80,000 rigged horses in Hollywood. "It was a call to arms in the film. You weren't just watching you were riding with them".

          

  140. Who was The Great American Minstrel, and what craze did he start?The Great American Minstrel was known as Thomas Daddy Rice. In 1839 he starts a dance craze, Junk Jim Crow and becomes an american superstar.

          

  141. What percentage of patents was issued, and in what year, to whom?53% of all the patents issued 1865-1905 were issued to persons of color. To invent something.

          

  142. Marshall Upham is?It is the stereotypical depiction of black characters, it's stereotypical over historical accomplishmentss. 2/3s of the book of white southerners were encouraged by ante-bellum culture.

          

  143. Mary Chestnut quotes"We are devouring our clothes."

          

  144. What is the percent of white southerners were unemployed.53% of white southerners were unemployed, so the majority don't have jobs. Slavery did not benefit most white people in the south.

          

  145. Sgt Frederick Williams is a?Those who defended the United States and advocated stronger or continued ties with their country were called Unionists. They were white southerners that favored the union side.

          

  146. Black Received medals of honor in what war?25/ 38 medals of Honor - Native American Wars. And 1/2 of all the medals of Honor in the Spanish American War.

          

  147. Dr. John Langellor is from?Most feared, responsible for the 4th pillow massacre 1864, one of the founders of the Klu Klux Klan

          

  148. What were some of the things that Goebel Analyzed?-The white Magnolia myth was Taught in the South
    -Blacks were inherently inferior to whites.
    -Slavery was morally acceptable,as long as the slaves were well treated.
    -Slavery was actually beneficial for Blacks, because they were taken care of, fed,clothed, carried out productive labour, introduced and converted to Christianity (and thus gained the opportunity to go to Heaven after death), and in some cases were educated by their owners, some learning to read and write. Blacks liked being taken care of in the above ways, and thus saw slavery as a positive themselves. The blacks were happy about slavery.
    -Lincoln is Evil. And It is the Yankees who invade the south.
    -There were no black soldiers fighting for the yankees. It's a very close loss in the fights for the confederates.
    -Everybody who was white confderacy was unified.
    All of these things are lies and nonsense, which is why it's known as the Magnolia 'Myth.'

          

  149. What presentation is in 1933Ol' Black Joe.

          

  150. The blacks were cheated on their repreations. Blacks were supposed to get what?killing officer Robeson.

          

  151. Fort Fisher/ Fort Wagner -Earthen -Fortress - The way they were able to build fortresses was to compact dirt into blocks from the earth. At least 50,000 native americans died in fort fisher, and another number dies in he process of making fort wagner. These forts are practically human graveyards. Some people were practically dead when they were forced to work on these forts.

          

  152. Why did Antebellum Culture last so long, some 100 years after slavery ended?Ed Sullivan in 1965 Dec 5th, 7:30 pm was the last minstrel show. Topsy and Eva

          

  153. Sgt/maj Noble Sissle was a?madame. A female pimp.

          

  154. Col. Williams is known as?Faulkner is a famous writer.

          

  155. What happened with the Lowry gang?The southerners had grown confident over 9 months assuming that nothing went wrong. But Jefferson Davis is caught at church, and his lines are broken at 3 places, and the whole place had to be evacuated to danville virgina.

          

  156. Racial Stereotypes are?Racist views that denigrate whole populations. And they are largely lies or assumptions made about a group of people not based on fact, but on culture or norms.

          

  157. How much people did the Freedmans Bureau Interview?The Freemans Bureau It went out and interviewd 93% of blacks 4.5 million of freed people, and it has more evidence of witness accounts.

          

  158. What Militia(s) were fighting the KKK?Ante Bellum - Pro Slavery Era (1793-1861). Ante bellum was the greatest slave holding period. The greatest social distance in this time.

          

  159. How many soldiers were black in New Mexico?11 out of 16 of all soldiers in New Mexico were Black.

          

  160. Scot Joplin inventsjazz in 1892.

          

  161. What did Governer Ross do?In 1962, the governer Ross put the flag back as an insult to Blacks. When the civil war ended, the flags were gone. The rebel flags would be seen as treason if they were flown.

          

  162. What does dixie melody mean?The 369th, the African American combat unit.

          

  163. Whites want black people to be depicted?Billy the Kid was born William Henry McCarty Jr. on November 23, 1859 in New York City. Little is known of his youth, but early on he entered a life of thievery, eventually heading west and joining a violent gang. Billy was captured and sentenced to death for the murder of a sheriff, but escaped after killing guards. The legend of Billy the Kid was created by his killer, Sheriff Garrett.

          

  164. Who is the victim in Birth of a Nation? And who saves the victim(s)?The Camerons, and Lil (The maiden name of the second white wife of Jack Johnson, who was extremely unpopular with white Americans).

          

  165. Miscegenation is?accusing someone of something that never happened pertaining to race.

          

  166. How many medals of honor given out?There were 3 of trenches. One of them was the communications trench (to get to the listening post).

          

  167. Who is Lewis Peacock?A performer who was the friend of Bert Williams.

          

  168. Who was related to Thomsa Bailey?James R. Mann

          

  169. Bureau of the Abandoned Land40 acres and a mule were promised to freed slaves. But it never happened. But the treasury department owns the land.

          

  170. Who did DW Griffith/Thomas Dixon blame for the Violence in the South?-The rise of the Klu Klax Klan.
    -Murderous tendencies began in the confederacy --> The Home Guard
    -The Home Guard ran amok and murdered who they wished without trial.

          

  171. What year was Ol Black Joe?1933

          

  172. What were the KKK's strongest weapon?Upham gives The KKK a hard time, so the KKK go up to his farm to try and burn it down.

          

  173. Contraband of WarStarted by James Roberts Mann, a prohibitionist. He is in favor of miscegenation laws. It was intended to stop the white slave traffic. White Prostitution.
    White Slavery

          

  174. It is the homeguard that start what?It shows what African Americans did after WWI.

    MEN OF BRONZE is the definitive story of the black American soldiers of the 369th combat regiment, known as the "Harlem Hellfighters," who served with the French Army in World War I. Although relegated to non-combat duty by the U.S. Command, the 369th was sent to France and spent more time in front-line trenches than any other American infantry unit. Fighting alonside French, Moroccan and Senegalese soldiers at the campaigns of Champagne-Marne and Meuse-Argonne, the courageous men of the 369th distinguished themselves in some of the fiercest battles of the Great War. MEN OF BRONZE uses photographs, interviews with veterans, and film from the French and American National Archives to recount the sage of the "Harlem Hellfighters," offering an inspiring tribute to these unsung heroes and an unforgettable look at World War I.

          

  175. What happened during the black nadir?crimes were committed to make the kkk and slavery popular 1865-1866. The Development of Jim crow laws, 2nds class citizenship. Projectionism.

          

  176. What did the Buffalo Soldiers Documentary talk about?This documentary talks about the reality of buffalo soldiers. 9th and 10th calvary, and 24h and 25th infantry. They go down in history as the legendeary Buffalo soldiers. 25 of 38 Medals of Honor.
    Whites were given 13 medals of honor.

          

  177. Who are the Clansman?The Clansmen 1911-13 The clansman are the heroes who save the united states.

          

  178. When is the emancipation proclamation signed? And what happens later?1863, the Civil War Happens afterwards.

          

  179. What percent of the KKK were never in the Army? And how did they feel towards the Yankees?Swanee River is the first minstrel song of 1819.

          

  180. PFC Bojangles -...

          

  181. Who was the first person to see birth of a nation?The president Woodrow wilson, first person to see the birth of a nation. An opponent.

          

  182. Dr. Goebels two arguments are?Kennesaw mountain judge lantis, leader of the kkk in the state of georgia, put in charge of major league baseball. 1914-1945, tried to prevent the intergratation of blacks in baseball.

          

  183. Dr. William Leckie in spite of the truth, no one except the harpers weekly never talked about the?buffalo soldiers.

          

  184. 90% of all Book, movies, in the 20th covering the civil war were written by?Phase Two - The Great Yankee March to Victory

          

  185. Who gives the KKK a hard time?Mann act is passed in 1912.

          

  186. When the Civil War was over, what happened to the laws?Zip coon - a popular cartoon of a black man living in harlem. He was well dressed, lived in city, suit, had a thug image. Zip stands for gun, "zip guns".

          

  187. In The Battle of Verdun, what year and how many frenchmen were killed?In 1915-1916, 600,000 Frenchman were killed.

          

  188. Blacks are violent in what myth?RattleSnake Division, the Black Rattlesnakes.

          

  189. What does the 369th recieve for bravery?1943

          

  190. How many people were in the south when the war began?When the war began there 10 million people in the south. 4 million of those were black slaves. Around 6 million were free white people.

          

  191. Robert E. Lee quotesKarl Brown An actor who Claims to be a an ex-Khlansman, 80,000 rigged horses in Hollywood. "It was a call to arms in the film. You weren't just watching you were riding with them".

          

  192. The Dimmock LineMost formidably protected line in history

          

  193. What are the four versions of American Reconstruction History?1. The Reluctant Yankee
    2. The White Magnolia Mythology
    3. The Jubilee War/Black America Eye witness account (a Holy war against Satan and slave holders.)
    4. Historical Archival Evidence, What actually happened with proof.

          

  194. Who was the greatest Rastus character in the Mintrel Show? And who was the second?In the Film Birth of a Nation 1915, The Cameron Family and Lil Cameron are the subjects in the movie. A black army surrounds the cameron family. They take wife of jack johnson and put her in the movie. Lil cameron is the target of the black militia. The KKK comes to save her.

          

  195. Black won how many medals of honor in total?41

          

  196. The Dutchgap CanalStarted by James Roberts Mann, a prohibitionist. He is in favor of miscegenation laws. It was intended to stop the white slave traffic. White Prostitution.
    White Slavery

          

  197. How long does the second civil war last?Upham gives The KKK a hard time, so the KKK go up to his farm to try and burn it down.

          

  198. What was all built by the 24 and 25th infantry?Fort Davis, Stocrton, Quitman, Mcravitt, Clare

          

  199. What are some examples of Coon Songs? List some titles.-2nd French Army, 372nd

    -4th Corp du afrique, 369th

    -1st French Army, 370th

    -3rd French Army, 371st

          

  200. Woodrow wilson doesnt permitaccusing someone of something that never happened pertaining to race.

          

  201. These people were horse racers:They were the principle line of defense.

          

  202. Eddie DixonThe best sculptor in the United States. Had projects at point leavenworth.

          

  203. Vaudeville becomes a great what?1898

          

  204. It was falsely believed that confederate army fought valiantly, but what really happened?The original confedarate army, The shivering real army, surrendered. Ulysess S Grant, is denounced in version 2, despite in reality he spared the confederates.

          

  205. What did Johnson do after Schreiber testified her say in court?The idea of white southerners to shoot whoever they wanted to without trial without anyone thinking it was wrong or do anything about it.

    Poor native Americans run away from white southerners, but they are pursued and hunted down in cold blood.

          

  206. The Black Rattle Snake (Div)
    369th, 370th 371st and 372 Regiments.
    Col. Williams " WildBill" Hayward Spanish American Veteran.
    Sgt Frederick Williams WW1 Veteran.
    Caotan Hamilton Fish and PVT Melville T. Miller were WWI Vets
    Lt. James "Reece" Europe. Performs the all black union.
    Capt Bert Williams -
    Sgt/maj Noble Sissle - LEading singers of the country
    Sergeant berry and his men took over sanwan hill.
    PFC Bojangles -
    Harrison Dillard
    Napolean. Bonaparde. Marshall - is not a member of this unit. 1909- 1916, he held the record for the track and field. 9.79.
    Official Charlie 9.9
    Scot Joplin invents jazz in 1892.

          

  207. Who is William Faulkner?A writer who wrote about African American characters that don't have any personality or growth in character development.

          

  208. In 1867 10th calvary protects what?The railroad.

          

  209. Victorio and Apache is killed by?"WildBill" Hayward, A Spanish American Veteran.

          

  210. Henry Berry Lowery was known for doing what?Henry Berry Lowery, were robbing houses. And disperesed what food they could give to the indians. They were known as the lowry gang. They were exslaves.
    -Henry Lowry was pretty stealthy, and used that stealth to trick a lot of people.
    -He has two black shadows that protect him:
    Charles and George Applewhite.

          

  211. Victorio is a feared?-Lewis Peakcock (Unionist/Scaliwag/Ni*gerlover) and the Lee Peacock War.
    -Lewis Peakcock is considered to be the leader, and a man to be reckoned with with a gun.

          

  212. why is defeating jack johnson important? In the white supremacist universe, only white people could win. White people had to always be superior, and with jack johnson on top, it was simply not allowed.US vs Jack Johnson 1913 Violation of the White Slavery Act
    Ie. Jack Johnson is enslaving white women.

          

  213. What was standard KKK activity?1975

          

  214. Who is Jim Corbett. Fights against who? And is champion until...An Evil scholar and incredible genius called Dr. Goebels - made up Goebels lie. 2+2=5

    He argued if you controled the Gendarmes (weapons) and the media. If you had a complete monopoly of any of these, You can make 2+2 =5. You can criminalize people who think otherwise that 2+2 = 4

          

  215. Why was the Mann Act made?Ante Bellum - Pro Slavery Era (1793-1861). Ante bellum was the greatest slave holding period. The greatest social distance in this time.

          

  216. Who is George Walker?A performer who was the friend of Bert Williams.

          

  217. The movie Gone with the wind was in what year?1941-1943

          

  218. Write an essay that explains why antebellum culture was still popular among whites or caucasians 100 years after slavery ended?-There is profit in Racial Prejudice during the Black Nadir. Coon songs are the rage, and make money from it, it was also a great way to enforce stereotypes.
    -Bigotry was tolerated back then.

          

  219. Real antebellum lasted from40 acres and a mule were promised to freed slaves. But it never happened. But the treasury department owns the land.

          

  220. Who was the boss of TOBA circuit?It shows what African Americans did after WWI.

    MEN OF BRONZE is the definitive story of the black American soldiers of the 369th combat regiment, known as the "Harlem Hellfighters," who served with the French Army in World War I. Although relegated to non-combat duty by the U.S. Command, the 369th was sent to France and spent more time in front-line trenches than any other American infantry unit. Fighting alonside French, Moroccan and Senegalese soldiers at the campaigns of Champagne-Marne and Meuse-Argonne, the courageous men of the 369th distinguished themselves in some of the fiercest battles of the Great War. MEN OF BRONZE uses photographs, interviews with veterans, and film from the French and American National Archives to recount the sage of the "Harlem Hellfighters," offering an inspiring tribute to these unsung heroes and an unforgettable look at World War I.

          

  221. What happens in 1909?known as the man eater. A war criminal, who murders prisoners of war. Lee is forced to flee, and turns into a fugitive. He goes on a campaign to go after new freed slaves, becoming a white supremacy leader.

          

  222. Who are Unionists?officially the first black heavyweight champion. 1884 - 1900.

          

  223. Faulknerism is?Historic facts.

          

  224. What is the first phase in the Civil War?Phase one - (Apr. 4, 1861 - Jul. 4th 1863) The Confederate almost gets wins, but gets stopped by two battles:
    -Gettysburg in July 1-3. 1863
    -Vicksburg a siege Oct 10 - Jul 4, 1863. Won by Ulysses S Grant.

          

  225. In The documentary men of Bronze, Blacks were forced to fight as..? And what were some of the things that they had to do?Blacks were forced to fight as french soldiers. They drunk french wine and not water.

          

  226. What is the silent treatment, and who went through it?Berlesque show

          

  227. The birth of a nation created a lot of..?Sep 15, 1862
    African-American Army (USCT: United States Colored Troops)—Happens after the battle of Antitem. Creates the African army. It was legal for blacks to become official paid soldiers.

          

  228. What percentage of cowboys were what race?Top Sergeant

          

  229. What did the The Confederate HomeGuards think was okay to do?This documentary talks about the reality of buffalo soldiers. 9th and 10th calvary, and 24h and 25th infantry. They go down in history as the legendeary Buffalo soldiers. 25 of 38 Medals of Honor.
    Whites were given 13 medals of honor.

          

  230. A lot of the stuff we used in daily life is created by whom?In the beginning of the 1840s, the minstrel shows was the first entertainment craze.

          

  231. What is the first minstrel song, and in what year?Dec 1917, Col. Haywood Landed at Brest.

          

  232. How many Calvary soldiers were stationed in Mexico? And what race were they? Who were they depicted by?11 out of 16 of all soldiers in New Mexico were Black.

          

  233. The mark of the white surpremist is?Collective Punishment, the punishment goes to everyone because of one individual who did wrong to them.

          

  234. What did TOBA Circuit Stand for?Theater owners booking Agency or Tuff on Black Asses.

          

  235. What is one thing that KKK never has won? So what did they resort to? And what were they weak against?KKK never won a conventional battle, and adopted terrorist tactics. Close combat was the KKK's weakness, and bayonettes. They were not skilled in fighting close.

          

  236. Who are some of the actors in the vaudeville shows?-June Havoc
    -"Gypsy Rose" Lee / Barlesque shows stripping shows
    -Ming and toy
    -Fanny Brice, a comedian, (doing the yiddish accent)
    -The Rooney brothers, perform the Irish jig. River dancing.

          

  237. Lt. Henry Ossian FlipperStarted by James Roberts Mann, a prohibitionist. He is in favor of miscegenation laws. It was intended to stop the white slave traffic. White Prostitution.
    White Slavery

          

  238. The scramble for Africa was in what years?The scramble for africa 1885-1914, 11-15 Millions

          

  239. How many Croix de Gureues are given out, making the soldiers look?3600 are given out making them look decorated.

          

  240. (1890) The Reluctant Yankee and (1865 - 1890s) John Browns AvengersTaught in the North

    CLAIM: Something that had to end. Was proud of their achievements, proud of the abolitionist movement, but later developed into—as race relations began to change and white supremacy begins—an apology for freeing the slaves

    The English tried to exterminate the Irish, and the Irish began to starve. 70 million people entered the United States. In 1875, the population of the US was 25 Million people. Later the country becomes a country of immigrants. Foreigners outnumber the country.

    The Melting Pot is making everyone forget their roots.African Americans have been in this country longer than Caucasian. 1890 mindset, people were proud that Lincoln had a naval mindset than moral.

          

  241. What happened after the Civil War and who were the targets?In Shoe-shine-boy Bobby short was told to switch from white suit with tails to tattered rags and shine the shoes. He was turned off by that request. He performed with a grand piano. A child protege, his band has fancy suits.

          

  242. Who is Frederick Williams?officially the first black heavyweight champion. 1884 - 1900.

          

  243. Mischellinga half- german and half jewish.1898

          

  244. The Lowry gangs reputation spread farther after killing who?killing officer Robeson.

          

  245. What obsession still exists?The obsession of wanting to romanticize slavery still exists.

          

  246. What were blacks forced to wear on stage?Blacks were forced to wear steretypical clothing on stage.

          

  247. What is the White Supremacist Universe of the Black Nadir? What types of ideology do they have? Why is antebellum culture so important to them?Ed Sullivan in 1965 Dec 5th, 7:30 pm was the last minstrel show. Topsy and Eva

          

  248. Who wrote Birth of a nation? And wat year was it in?DW Griffith, writes the film Birth of a Nation. 1915

          

  249. Who are these people? -Col. Grierson 10th
    -Col. Hatch 9th
    They are war heroes, but despite that, they don't have movies about them.

          

  250. The last great battle of the war is...? And how many months of siege was there?DW Griffith, writes the film Birth of a Nation. 1915

          

  251. The Buffalo Soldier's quote "Ready and Foward" and the Buffalo is the?buffalo soldiers insiginia and motto.

          

  252. What percentage were compelled to have slaves?79%

          

  253. What was Jackson's Bail?The mann act made by James R mann, was made to save Women from prostituion. More specifically from, Jack Johnson.

          

  254. Name all the three eras and years of the Jim Crow ErasWhat is 1876-1896 - Proto Jim Crow Era.
    1896-1919 - is Early Jim Crow.
    1919-1965 - Jim Crow Era.

          

  255. Who could relate to Jack Johnson's dilemma?Jack Johnson Personal war with Law Enforcement and the authorities restored his image with rank and file blacks, all blacks had problems with law enforcement. Therefore they could relate to his dilemma.

          

  256. What happened with Jefferson Davis?In 1909 - the lynching of George Walker happens, and he was the partner of Bert Williams.

          

  257. Peacock dies how?Dies by 3 assassin cause he didn't have guns in his satchels.

          

  258. Who is Nathan Bedforrest?Most feared, responsible for the 4th pillow massacre 1864, one of the founders of the Klu Klux Klan

          

  259. One country 4 Versions of the American Civil War History and Reconstruction? What are the versions?1. )The Reluctant Yankee (1890) and John Brown Avengers (1865 - 1890s)

    2.)The white Magnolia Myth

    3.)The Jubilee War.

    4.) American Archival/ Historical accounts, and writing on the war.

          

  260. What percentage of patents were awarded to black people? Between what years?Top Sergeant

          

  261. What did the Retention of Antebellum culture do long after slavery ended? Vaudville and mistrel promotes What?A) racist themes/back drops
    B) reinforce racial prejudice, Stereo types
    C) supported creation of white priviledge and ethnic "pecking" order (Hierarchal class order).
    D) created inferiority complex and superiority complexes among races of Americans

          

  262. The law is a weapon used against?African Americans in the white supremacist world.

          

  263. What is Jack Johnson accused of violating what law?Babes on Broadway is an antebellum style river boat show.

          

  264. What is the Mammy scene? Who is it by? What's their top song?The mammy scene - a humilating racist act on stage. It comes from Al Jolson, and he sings from to 1928 as a Jazz singer. His top hit song is "mami".

          

  265. The black myth of reconstructions was?A myth that blacks ran the country, which lead to the collapse of the nation. Under no circumstances did this really happen.

          

  266. What are the reasons for the Antebellum Obession among white Americans (1815-1965)?1793-1861

          

  267. Who fears for getting prosecuted for having mulatto children?many white politicians fear northern judges would prosecute them for having mulatto children.

          

  268. During Reconstruction Era 1868 to 1876...
    288 Black Public officials were elected to office. 26 of those were assassinated along with white republicans that blacks elected. Over 6712 white public officials elected to office in the south. 7 congressmen who are elected, although no more than 4 serve at the same time. And then we have 4 senators. What does this prove?
    This proves Birth of a Nation wrong, because everyone in that movie that was elected were all black.

          

  269. Who are Copper heads?known as the man eater. A war criminal, who murders prisoners of war. Lee is forced to flee, and turns into a fugitive. He goes on a campaign to go after new freed slaves, becoming a white supremacy leader.

          

  270. What was falsely believed in the white Magnolia?in 1871, The Lowry gang commits the last crime and steal $20,000 from Lumberton. It was gonna be the reward money from Henry Berry Lowry. He makes his swift exit under a new name as a gunslinger.

          

  271. What were some claims in Version 2?1975

          

  272. What is Projectionism?He is one of the most feared of the Apache leaders. Victorio killed every single white person he came in contact with.

          

  273. Dr. C Vann Woodward wrote the? And what did this cause?Strange Career of JimCrow. There would be southern wannabe slave owners.

          

  274. What were the Historical Achievements for Blacks in the Nadir 1876-1919? List at five.The Harlem Hellfighters win over 3600 Croix de Guerre in WWI, Men of Bronze
    The 93rd Division Black Rattlenames Division, leads the entire french army.

          

  275. What is Jack Johnson fighting for?Jack Johnson Indivdual Feedom -
    Ego - and the self achievement.
    "I am" He fights against jim crow and miscegniation laws.

          

  276. What were the orgins of the KKK?Ante Bellum - Pro Slavery Era (1793-1861). Ante bellum was the greatest slave holding period. The greatest social distance in this time.

          

  277. Cowmen werewhite, the superior ones..

          

  278. What were some of the things that were happening with slave owners once word got out that south might lose?1863-1937 any black graduate was subjected to the silent treatment. What this is is no one talks to you. Henry Ossian Flipper was a survivor of this.

          

  279. In the Film Birth of a Nation, who was the family and the woman?The Camerons, and Lil (The maiden name of the second white wife of Jack Johnson, who was extremely unpopular with white Americans).

          

  280. What was going on with the confederates during the war?3.5 million confederates are refugees. The confederacy could not feed themselves, and were destitute through 1863- 1864. The confederates are starving in 1865. Several had become refugees in their own countries. This shatters the idea that the south confederacy was a functioning country and breaks the false idea that everyone fought to the end.

          

  281. Who is Stanley Ketchel Nicknamed?The Michigan Assassin"

          

  282. How many slaves escaped and in what time frame? What was it considered?Carson Robinson Pioneers spreads stereotypes in his song. They bask in a stereotypes about darkies humming.

          

  283. "Give us your tired huddled masses yearning to be free."A Statute of Liberty Quote.

          

  284. Who is one Black Hero that Dominates American Sports?Jack-Johnson et al

          

  285. What happens to Etta Dureyea.Charles and George

          

  286. Almost all the violence happens from the?A man hangs out with black men too much and turns black himself, abandoned by his family in the end.

          

  287. What was going on with the White Southerners?White Southerners were refugees and starving. There were more deserters than people in the confederate army.

          

  288. What are the 3 of The Freemans Bureaus of refugees and abandoned land:1: Freemans Bureau - takes care of the four billion slaves.
    2: Bureau of Refugees - takes care of 3 1/2 million white southerners, (the one that forgot the kindness yankees gave them)
    3: Bureau of abandoned Lands

          

  289. Who are some Minstrel Actors?Topsy and Eva, were women who are fertenal twins, last minstrel show. Topsy was made to look like a monster and gross.

    Sambo and Sambina - were considered the happy darky stereotypes --> Comes directly out of slavery.

    Zip Coon - violent pretentious, not bright.

    Eunice Wilson and the Five Racketeers - They are from harlem

    Bobby Short - was a child protege, also known as the little duke ellington. He was also going to be the leader of a movement.

    Reed + Bryant - Black Comedy Team/Apollo Club They are also booking agents. Meaning they could get other people (blacks) on stages.

    Amos n Andy/Kingfish (a gangster) #1 actors.

    Pigmeat Markham - Last Black Comedian to pit on the mask. His face was darker than his makeup.

    Stump and Stumpy - danced together, both men.

    Moms Mabley - her careers is from 1918 - 1970

    Ethel Water - Nicknamed Sweet Mommy Stringbean had to dress as a slave. But that's how she earned a living. A sex model.

          

  290. Historical OmissionHe's a minstrel that performs as a white man putting on a black face. All his singing is made up of fake events. In 1933 he comes up with the presentation Ol Black Joe.

          

  291. When did The Black american civil rights movements happen? And what were they protesting about?1863, the Civil War Happens afterwards.

          

  292. 369th joins what french army?The 4th french army, and the general of this force is Gen. Gouraud.

          

  293. What combat unit was formed?The 369th, the African American combat unit.

          

  294. How long was the Civil War? And how many battles did it have?April 1861 - April 1865, had 1143 battles.

          

  295. The 369th was sent to the French army because they were considered?Blood thirsty.

          

  296. Why did White Southerners and Other White Supremacist Find Ante-Bellum Cultural Activities so entertaining?Goebels analyzed that the british had turned the indians into tools, and made a culture taking control over their lives. He also looked at the american south, and saw they were able to interrogate people. Took thomas jeffersons as an example that he had black children to break down the people they were interrogating. He also analyzed that they could make people hate themselves and their own race. And make up history.

          

  297. What did the blacks do in response to the Minstrel Shows?Blacks served as the front shock force for the entire French Army

          

  298. What version does birth of a nation represent?in 1871, The Lowry gang commits the last crime and steal $20,000 from Lumberton. It was gonna be the reward money from Henry Berry Lowry. He makes his swift exit under a new name as a gunslinger.

          

  299. The Jubilee WarA holy war against the slave holder who were regarded as evil, African American version from eyewitness accounts, people from the past.) Taught by African Americans.

          

  300. What did birth of a nation falsely claim?-Romanticize kkk being heroes
    -falsely claim that blacks were all these false things. Violent, barbarous, and wild.
    -Blacks ran the government.

    Birth of a Nation is basking in ante-bellum culture.

          

  301. Caotan Hamilton Fish and PVT Melville T. Miller wereMexicans. Not Americans. It was depicted in movies thought that they were killed by whites.

          

  302. Race Riot is?Killing everyone in the neighborhood.

          

  303. What was the first entertainment craze in 1840?The french trusted the black soldiers, and even allowed kids walk around the blacks base. There are multiple images of french befriending blacks.

          

  304. Who is Stanley James' uncle?A colonel tracking down to get Henry.

          

  305. It was believed in Faulknerism that everyone was?-the war was a close affair due to the confederates losing bullets.
    -All the white of the south were united.
    -The Negroes were happy
    -Solidiers, The die hard fought valiantly in the end.
    -Robert E. Lee surrendered valiantly.

          

  306. 92nd division is the?RattleSnake Division, the Black Rattlesnakes.

          

  307. Who is the narrator of Men of Bronze?Kennesaw mountain judge lantis, leader of the kkk in the state of georgia, put in charge of major league baseball. 1914-1945, tried to prevent the intergratation of blacks in baseball.

          

  308. Mickey Runy?9.9

          

  309. American southerners (confederates) have called all northerners (union) what?Phase Two - The Great Yankee March to Victory

          

  310. What version does pro ante-bellum culture belong to?In Version 2, it is pro-antebellum culture

          

  311. The confederates were committingmass war crimes

          

  312. What kinds of theories were tossed around about the Civil War?-There were slaves as soldiers
    -Some races were superior than others so they hold more power over races.

          

  313. The idea of being a buffalo soldier was considered...?African Americans in the white supremacist world.

          

  314. What is an antebellum style river boat show?Ante Bellum - Pro Slavery Era (1793-1861). Ante bellum was the greatest slave holding period. The greatest social distance in this time.

          

  315. What was strange about the french?The french trusted the black soldiers, and even allowed kids walk around the blacks base. There are multiple images of french befriending blacks.

          

  316. What happened in President Johnson's Reconstruction?-There was the 50% plan
    - Johnson failed attempt to re instate slavery.
    - The Backlash against President. Andrew Johnson.

          

  317. Who is Victorio?-Lewis Peakcock (Unionist/Scaliwag/Ni*gerlover) and the Lee Peacock War.
    -Lewis Peakcock is considered to be the leader, and a man to be reckoned with with a gun.

          

  318. The Stature of LibertyA sign of freedom. The Statue was put together in 1866 to the United States, by the Anglo-Franco Anti-Slavery Society 1830-1866. France thought that United States was a good country. It doesn't deal with immigration, but the end of slavery.

          

  319. List or write 5 great achievements of Black Americans during the black Nadir? 1876-19191867-1896 Proto Jim Crow, 1896-1919 Early Jim Crow, during those two periods of time they were considered the Black Nadir.

          

  320. The buffalo soliders didn't takeshi* from anyone. Anyone who confronted them were faced against the united states authority.

          

  321. Why were the authorities so focused on getting onto Jack Johnson's sexual activity life? What was he accused of?Much of Jack Johnsons "sexual activity" opens up a crusade to get jack johnson in jail. His marriage to a white women was considered an insult to all white women. Jack Johnson has been accused by the white slavery act and Enslaving white women.

          

  322. What percent of white southerners were slave holders.10%

          

  323. Jackjohnson and Etta Dureyea on?january 18th.

          

  324. Out of how many medals of honor did the blacks recieve? And from what years?Blacks received 25 of the 38 medals of honor in 1867-1898

          

  325. Vaudeville Shows 1882 & Minstrel Shows Create?Topsy and Eva, were women who are fertenal twins, last minstrel show. Topsy was made to look like a monster and gross.

    Sambo and Sambina - were considered the happy darky stereotypes --> Comes directly out of slavery.

    Zip Coon - violent pretentious, not bright.

    Eunice Wilson and the Five Racketeers - They are from harlem

    Bobby Short - was a child protege, also known as the little duke ellington. He was also going to be the leader of a movement.

    Reed + Bryant - Black Comedy Team/Apollo Club They are also booking agents. Meaning they could get other people (blacks) on stages.

    Amos n Andy/Kingfish (a gangster) #1 actors.

    Pigmeat Markham - Last Black Comedian to pit on the mask. His face was darker than his makeup.

    Stump and Stumpy - danced together, both men.

    Moms Mabley - her careers is from 1918 - 1970

    Ethel Water - Nicknamed Sweet Mommy Stringbean had to dress as a slave. But that's how she earned a living. A sex model.

          

  326. KKK were considered what in the White Magnolia myth?They were considered as heroes in the white magnolia myth.

          

  327. 1897 - 1899 Bob Fitsimmons -->Jim Johnson 1899-1904

          

  328. Contraband Confiscation Act - There are 3 of themSep 15, 1862
    African-American Army (USCT: United States Colored Troops)—Happens after the battle of Antitem. Creates the African army. It was legal for blacks to become official paid soldiers.

          

  329. Flynn had to fight jackson again, but what was happening?was using illegal moves like headbutting in the fight.

          

  330. Who is Kennesaw Mountain?A type of racism, projecting a negative image on another person.

          

  331. Croix de Guerue means?A performer who was the friend of Bert Williams.

          

  332. The Geneva Convention1856 - deals with war laws. War had to be more civilized so that civillians wouldn't be involved.

    The Geneva Conventions are a series of treaties on the treatment of civilians, prisoners of war (POWs) and soldiers who are otherwise rendered hors de combat, or incapable of fighting.

          

  333. Who is responsible for the violence of the South?-The rise of the Klu Klax Klan.
    -Murderous tendencies began in the confederacy --> The Home Guard
    -The Home Guard ran amok and murdered who they wished without trial.

          

  334. The movie Birth of a nation was in what year?DW Griffith, writes the film Birth of a Nation. 1915

          

  335. What is the second phase in the Civil War?Jack Johnson, an extremely skilled boxer who fought Tommy

          

  336. What was the last minstrel show? And who was it done by?Swanee River is the first minstrel song of 1819.

          

  337. What was the fall of Jack Johnson?Jackson's bail was $800

          

  338. tommy burns vs jack johnsons happens-Dr. Goebels argues that if you have control of the Gendarmes (those men of women who are licensed to carry guns and kill, carry out law enforcement) and the media. You have complete monopoly over the country.
    -The second argument is if you tell people a lie a thousand times, that lie can replace a truth if it's repeated over and over. It becomes the truth. 2+2=5

          

  339. What were the blacks historically accomplishing at the time?- The Buffalo Soldiers 1867 - 1898 Were awarded 25 of the 38 medals of Honor in the Western wars
    - The Buffalo Soldiers Won 1/2 of all the medals of honor in the Spanish American war. The highest award for valor, but however In version 2, they don't mention that Africans fought in the war at all.
    - The Buffalo Soldiers' exploits were well known in the west. and were known as the principle line of defense.
    - Black US Marshall Bass Reed's exploits were used to create the Mythical Lone ranger character.
    -Col. Grierson 10th Col. Hatch 9th were both war heroes.
    -Uniforms were dashing and decked with badges.

          

  340. The Second Confiscation/Contraband ActSep 15, 1862
    African-American Army (USCT: United States Colored Troops)—Happens after the battle of Antitem. Creates the African army. It was legal for blacks to become official paid soldiers.

          

  341. Babe on Broadway was what? And what was the year?1941- 1943 the no.1 tony winning play production on broadway is called "babe on broadway".

          

  342. How does Jack Johnson resurrect himself in his self image?Jack Johnson becomes the first heavyweight champion of the war.

          

  343. What is the Leopard Spots about?The mann act made by James R mann, was made to save Women from prostituion. More specifically from, Jack Johnson.

          

  344. What happened with George Walker?In 1909 - the lynching of George Walker happens, and he was the partner of Bert Williams.

          

  345. Official Charlie9.9

          

  346. What percentage of Blacks received all patents issued from the US patent house?53% of all the patents issued 1865-1905 were issued to persons of color. To invent something.

          

  347. What were Buffalo Soldiers?He's a minstrel that performs as a white man putting on a black face. All his singing is made up of fake events. In 1933 he comes up with the presentation Ol Black Joe.

          

  348. What all happened over 6 months to slaves when they were escaping?The Harlem Hellfighters win over 3600 Croix de Guerre in WWI, Men of Bronze
    The 93rd Division Black Rattlenames Division, leads the entire french army.

          

  349. A centurary after slavery is over, people are still basking in what?in pro slavery culture after a 100 years.

          

  350. Who is the hero of the Black Nadir?Jack Johnson, an extremely skilled boxer who fought Tommy

          

  351. In what year did people forget about Slavery and Slavery as an institution dies out in what year?The White Hope Era 1908-1915, A crusade to get the title back from Jack Johnson. They looked for any white challengers to go against jack johnson.

    -Jack Johnson defeat Jim Jefferies
    - The peak of Jack Johnson

          

  352. What did the audience think between the black minstrel shows and white minstrel shows?In the Film Birth of a Nation 1915, The Cameron Family and Lil Cameron are the subjects in the movie. A black army surrounds the cameron family. They take wife of jack johnson and put her in the movie. Lil cameron is the target of the black militia. The KKK comes to save her.

          

  353. Who wrote the daughters of the dust?-2nd French Army, 372nd

    -4th Corp du afrique, 369th

    -1st French Army, 370th

    -3rd French Army, 371st

          

  354. How many people viewed birth of a nation and through what years?In 1915 and 1921, over 1.5 billion people viewed this film.

          

  355. Who is Stanely Ketchel?Most feared, responsible for the 4th pillow massacre 1864, one of the founders of the Klu Klux Klan

          

  356. Who failed to pass a national (federal) Law to outlaw miscegination?Whites. Even "decent Black people" did not want to affiliate with Jack Johnson.

          

  357. How many soldiers fought in the Civil War?188,000

    20% combat soldiers.
    15% of all soldiers.

          

  358. What did the yankees do to the confederates?The yankees gave charity to confederates to keep them alive, and the confederates forget that kind act.

          

  359. The Third Confiscation/Contraband ActJan 1, 1863
    Emancipation Proclamation—only freed slaves in confederate hands, the Yankee territories, not in the confederacy

          

  360. When was the founding of the NAACP? (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)The president Woodrow wilson, first person to see the birth of a nation. An opponent.

          

  361. Minstrel Era1815-1965

          

  362. What is the white hopes era and what happens in the white hope Era?The White Hope Era 1908-1915, A crusade to get the title back from Jack Johnson. They looked for any white challengers to go against jack johnson.

    -Jack Johnson defeat Jim Jefferies
    - The peak of Jack Johnson

          

  363. What was dictated in the white supremacist minds when dealing with sports?It was ditacted in the white supremacist universe, that the heavy weight champion had to be a white man. Blacks did not have a chance to be one. It was already considered by whites that they were already superior than blacks, and so that's why they didn't have to compete against each other.

          

  364. 1913 is when the apaches what?Griffith wanted a race Riot.

          

  365. What happened to slavery?While individuals are obssessed with Minstrel shows, and that culture. Slavery is in the rear-view mirror. Once slavery was gone, it couldn't be brought back in it's entirety.

          

  366. How many laws, rules and regulations of Jim crow existed at that time?Dec 1917, Col. Haywood Landed at Brest.

          

  367. 369th are the most decorated what?Origns of the KKK came from the end of the civil war.

          

  368. How much does Jack Johnson get bailed out for after the white slave act?In 1915 and 1921, over 1.5 billion people viewed this film.

          

  369. What were Jack Johnson's Accomplishments?Blacks were forced to wear steretypical clothing on stage.

          

  370. What was the job of the Freedmans Bureau?To smooth the transition of life of slavery to freedom and to aid the helpless. Many slaves were just freed from slavery, poor whites, and others war refugees after the civil war had ended. They had help from the Freedmans Bureau.

          

  371. Lt. James "Reece" Europe. PerformsTopsy and Eva, were women who are fertenal twins, last minstrel show. Topsy was made to look like a monster and gross.

    Sambo and Sambina - were considered the happy darky stereotypes --> Comes directly out of slavery.

    Zip Coon - violent pretentious, not bright.

    Eunice Wilson and the Five Racketeers - They are from harlem

    Bobby Short - was a child protege, also known as the little duke ellington. He was also going to be the leader of a movement.

    Reed + Bryant - Black Comedy Team/Apollo Club They are also booking agents. Meaning they could get other people (blacks) on stages.

    Amos n Andy/Kingfish (a gangster) #1 actors.

    Pigmeat Markham - Last Black Comedian to pit on the mask. His face was darker than his makeup.

    Stump and Stumpy - danced together, both men.

    Moms Mabley - her careers is from 1918 - 1970

    Ethel Water - Nicknamed Sweet Mommy Stringbean had to dress as a slave. But that's how she earned a living. A sex model.

          

  372. Who was mary Chesnut?known as the man eater. A war criminal, who murders prisoners of war. Lee is forced to flee, and turns into a fugitive. He goes on a campaign to go after new freed slaves, becoming a white supremacy leader.

          

  373. Plessy V Fergusen (ends the first phase of jim crow, an important case that sets up legal segregation)Swanee River is the first minstrel song of 1819.

          

  374. Who were the number 1 minstrels and during what time?During 1893-1909, Williams and Walker were the No. 1 Minstrels of the United states.

          

  375. Who is Lt. Jim Europe (James)? "Reece" Europe,The Harlem Hellfighters win over 3600 Croix de Guerre in WWI, Men of Bronze
    The 93rd Division Black Rattlenames Division, leads the entire french army.

          

  376. What did Blacks serve as in the Entire French Army?Buffalo exploited the west. They don't get any any credit.

          

  377. They kept jabbing jack johnson with?laws. It was the only way to attack him.

          

  378. Whose positive images weren't recorded by Caucasians?A second Civil War/Will go on until 1865 - 1872, lasting 7 years

          

  379. The great Social DistanceOriginates the "Fight Back" movement. And was a partner of George Walker.

          

  380. Who wanted a race riot?Griffith wanted a race Riot.

          

  381. 1st Marine Divisions had the nicknameThe Mississippi Marines.

          

  382. Louis Latimer and Granville T. Woods. Who are they?They were important because they invented a lot of the things we see now today.

          

  383. Who spreads stereotypes in his songs? And what was it about?Carson Robinson Pioneers spreads stereotypes in his song. They bask in a stereotypes about darkies humming.

          

  384. Who fails to get federal ban on miscegination, interacial mixing. And in what year?Swanee River is the first minstrel song of 1819.

          

  385. Novel to Broadway runs from...?The 369th, the African American combat unit.

          

  386. How long was Denver Smith champion for?1900-1903

          

  387. Vaudeville begins in 1882 what? And what does it do?-Spreads Ethrocentric, Bigotted views of immigrants, blacks, latinos, mexicans, and asians.
    -Spread s uniform/ racist culture and value system/ throughout the nation.
    -Reinforce notions of racial and cultural supremacy -
    -Develop the Racist Order of class.
    -promoted racial stereotypes

          

  388. What are the years of the Ante Bellum EraThe yankees gave charity to confederates to keep them alive, and the confederates forget that kind act.

          

  389. 1867 --> Harpers WeeklyWas an account. Not any of the white men who has seen the blacks go for the indians but is loud in their praise.

          

  390. A standard Minstrel show has a 7 man chorus...Ordered from 1-4 top characters in the minstrel Show, what are they?What is 1876-1896 - Proto Jim Crow Era.
    1896-1919 - is Early Jim Crow.
    1919-1965 - Jim Crow Era.

          

  391. Charle Mcklemin goes down in history as the?Charlie Mcklemin goes down in history as the infamous niger charlie. Served as a buffalo soldier. He killed 16 men because he was called a niger by them. Best gunslinger of west.

          

  392. Sgt. Henry Johnson
    PFC Needham Roberts
    Sgt. Fredrick William
    PUT Melville.
    Capt Hamilton Fish
    Johnson Denied everything that Schreiber said. Many things were a lie, and Johnson had really helped her travel with money in the past.

          

  393. Jim Jefferys retires undefeated inIt exists because the slave holders have an emotional reason to support the institution of slavery.

          

  394. What did white performers in Blackface do?White performers who did minstrel shows in black face weren't trying to copy black people, but to create outrageous facial feature to make people have a reaction and have different emotions, to bring out uncontrolled behavior. To get a laugh. There was no black culture at all showed in their show.

          

  395. Blacks received Patents?Black Recieved 53% of all patents in USA (1865-1905)

          

  396. What were the Harlem Hellfighters famous as? And where did they fight?The Harlem Hell fighters fight? Overseas in WWI. Become famous in france as the 369th.

          

  397. When is the Mann Act passed?Started by James Roberts Mann, a prohibitionist. He is in favor of miscegenation laws. It was intended to stop the white slave traffic. White Prostitution.
    White Slavery

          

  398. Western Towns San Angelo TexasFort Concho
    Fort apache

          

  399. Who is Belle Schreiber?His other name is Slim Pickket. Bill Pickett is a rodeo cowboy, a western hero that is black.

          

  400. John L. Sullivan, an irish American defeats who?january 18th.

          

  401. What is Miscegenation, and who already accepted it?It is interracial mixing. Most blacks had accepted miscegenation, because most marriages were already inter race.

          

  402. Lawrence Lockler is an?Elder Historian

          

  403. How many accounts of blacks were interviewed in Rawick Edition 1930 ?there were 3 million accounts.

          

  404. What did the Buffalo Soldiers do?Mann act is passed in 1912.

          

  405. Slaves and surviving black populations are the only witnesses of?courage.

          

  406. How many people own slaves in Tennesee? And what was there an obsession of?An Evil scholar and incredible genius called Dr. Goebels - made up Goebels lie. 2+2=5

    He argued if you controled the Gendarmes (weapons) and the media. If you had a complete monopoly of any of these, You can make 2+2 =5. You can criminalize people who think otherwise that 2+2 = 4

          

  407. It is illegal for blacks to have a world... during what era?record during the jim crow era.

          

  408. Harlem Hellfighters where in what regiment?369th

          

  409. What is Retroactive prosecution?A type of racism, projecting a negative image on another person.

          

  410. Describe some events in the antebellum culture.1.Antebellum, as a period 1793 -1861, it is the greatest period for white slave holding Americans.
    2.They have the greatest spacial and social distance from the blacks. One race owns the other.
    3.Ante Bellum is pro white supremacist, they feel that they are superior to other people.
    4.Pro slavery anti-abolitionist (people who want to maintain slavery) romanticizes slavery and the KKK, examples is Birth of a Nation.
    5.Overall, is Anti-black/brown, Anti-native American, anti-yankees
    6.Mythical Assessment of History (coon face done to ridcule black people). The Minstril Era. 1815-1965 ( lasted for 150 years)

          

  411. The gentlemens agreement is in what year?Dec 1917, Col. Haywood Landed at Brest.

          

  412. The slave holders believed they were the elite which meant for them...?-the war was a close affair due to the confederates losing bullets.
    -All the white of the south were united.
    -The Negroes were happy
    -Solidiers, The die hard fought valiantly in the end.
    -Robert E. Lee surrendered valiantly.

          

  413. What two periods of time were considered the black nadir?The first two periods of the jim crow periods are the Black Nadir, it means The darkest period. 1876-1919

          

  414. Most of the black soldiers were what rank?Top Sergeant

          

  415. What does wishert do to combat henry?Standard klan activity is to seek out those w/o black militias.

          

  416. Latin rythm comes from?puerto rico.

          

  417. What is mentioned in aftershock?Ante Bellum - Pro Slavery Era (1793-1861). Ante bellum was the greatest slave holding period. The greatest social distance in this time.